Here’s a photo I took while hiking into the Titcomb Basin of the Wind River Range. There were so many lakes to see along the way, each with its own unique view of the mountains! While passing, I always find myself pondering about how much I wish to return to camp at each lake and take in its unique beauty from sunrise to sunset. 8/20/2017
A peaceful morning on Lake Agnes. The still water created a perfect mirror of the shoreline. Can you tell which side is the actual reflection? 5/28/2017
Shovel Point, MN – July 24th 2016. An ideal Minnesota summer view. The day started with bacon, OJ, punk rock and a 9-mile run around a soggy forest loop up in Grand Marais. After a few chilly dips in the lake, the objective was to venture down to Tettegouche for a view of that ol’ Shovel Point.
An 18-mile day of hiking led us to our destination of the day: Kearsarge Lakes. I just sat down for my freeze-dried meal when it started to hail. Luckily the hail was short lived and I was able to watch the sunset with my well earned dinner as the trout began their dusk feeding frenzy. Life on the JMT!
In this dimly lit scene, I created an HDR image to bring out contrast in the sun rays. Photo taken at Lutsen, MN.
I arrived at the Lutsen shoreline with just enough time for some vibrant dusk shots. I had fun trying not to break my ankles while crossing the jagged ice protrusions for this photo.
Photograph taken near Lutsen, MN using my 75mm lens. I’ve always wanted to photograph the ice that freezes on the jagged shoreline of Lake Superior during winter months. Needless to say, it’s not the most desirable spot for traveling at that time of year.